Real-Time Cricket Scoring Technology

CbJlIY_VAAALyjeThe first ever real-time cricket scoring mobile application and technology was launched by Quickscore. The co-founder of Quickscore, David Geensen says that they are very proud to launch Quickscore, which is the world’s first ever real-time application for cricket scoring. He also says that the smart scoreboard will help in revolutionizing the match experience.

This technology makes cricket scoring very easy. With the handheld app developed by CricHQ, coaches, players or fans can access any information necessary from their smartphone, PC or tablet. This app not only provides scores; it can also provide statistics, pitch maps, DL calculations, 3D wagon wheels graphs and much more.

The hardest thing about keeping scores these days is that the manual way of doing it by changing the scoreboards. This is time-consuming and clumsy and is often prone to error. Quickscore solves this by displaying the common scoreboard for both players and fans. It would also provide a high-quality platform for the advertiser’s benefit too.

Other benefits include high-quality imaging, wireless technology, and better internet connectivity by internal hotspot. It is also energy efficient. The Quickscore boards are 100% water proof and weather proof. They also impact resistant. Having high-quality scoreboards can raise the standard of the viewing experience.

Umpiring On TV

Billy-BowdenCricket has become sophisticated, packaged for the modern audience. The statistics and techniques are far more refined than it was before. The umpiring has also become subtle. There is a consensus about the complexity of the game but at the same time not about umpiring. This is because umpires are hardly brought to talk shows are on the commentary panel to discuss the tedious nature of their job. Former players, coaches, captains are seen often decorating the studios and pages of sports magazines, the umpire is the neglected lot. The irony is that the umpire’s point of view is discussed by everyone else except the umpires themselves. The game is now turning hi-tech, and this could be detrimental to the sport, it is predicted by experts.

The irony is that we are not able to accept the conclusion. Expert judgment has become a curse, and it is being replaced mostly by bureaucratic box ticking. When it is far from reality, umpiring has become more regulative. The autonomy the umpire enjoys is no more there. It is not the outcome of the need for best rulings. This is where the media administration becomes superior as they are not able to digest the decision of one person, irrespective of their accomplishment in the field.